There is in Riso, the Contemporary Art Museum of Sicily, a wish of establishing itself in an area that already arised inside the project of a small logotype that connoted the palermitan museum opened in 2008. The first letter is an R full-bodied and dense of ink, generated by the rotation of a Trinacria that has lost all its expressionist lines, in order to return into a powerful graphic symbol that recalls the elements of the classic architecture disseminated in a lot of examples all over the island. The other three letters formally submitted to the first follow declare their nature through the stencil design, their proper nature of temporary and light elements, that in many declinations cancel each other out to leave the scene to R the Queen.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|